Omio has exclusively been sent benchmarking results for the Samsung Galaxy S4 mobile phone, confirming model name, screen size, processor, RAM, memory and version of Android.
We have obtained these images from a very trusted source, captured from the popular Android AnTuTu benchmarking app – running on a Samsung GT-I9505 Galaxy S4 handset.
These results are from a UK model of the S4, which show that the device is running from a quad-core 1.8GHz Qualcomm ARMv7 processor.
This could be the expected Samsung own make Exynos Oct 5, as indicated by the CPU: Samsung text.
It might be that the AnTuTu software just doesn’t recognise the eight-core setup, as Samsung has stated the Exynos Octa 5 does contain four Cortex-A7 cores.
Also confirmed by the benchmark is the presence of full HD 1,920 x 1,080 display, believed to be of a 4.99-inch ilk.
The screen density is recorded to be 480dpi, where we ran the same tests on our Samsung Galaxy S3 – which has a 320dpi.
Its graphics processor is noted to be the Adreno 320, also found in the Nexus 4, Sony Xperia Z, to name but a few.
RAM is clocked at 2GB and it appears that 16GB of internal storage is included; with a 13-megapixel camera and a front-facing 2.1MP version.
The overall benchmark result scored 22,630, compared to 15,278 – on our test Galaxy S4 (which can be seen at the end).